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J.E. Northrup, and M.L. Chabinyc. "Gap states in organic semiconductors: Hydrogen- and oxygen-induced states in pentacene." PHYSICAL REVIEW B 68 (2003): 041202.
J.E. Northrup, M.L. Chabinyc, R. Hamilton, I. McCulloch, and M.J. Heeney. "Theoretical and experimental investigations of a polyalkylated-thieno[3,2-b]thiophene semiconductor." JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 104 (2008): 083705.
T.N. Ng, W.S. Wong, R.A. Lujan, Beverly Russo, M.L. Chabinyc, S. Sambandan, and R.A. Street. "Characterization of Flexible Image Sensor Arrays with Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photodiodes." In ORGANIC FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS VII AND ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORS IN SENSORS AND BIOELECTRONICS, edited by Z Bao, I. McCulloch, R Shinar and GG Malliaras, 70541M. Vol. 7054. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS (SPIE) 7054. 1000 20TH ST, PO BOX 10, BELLINGHAM, WA 98227-0010 USA: SPIE; Air Prod & Chem; Dai Nippon Printing Co Ltd; HC Stark GmbH; Hitachi Cambridge Lab; Merck Chem Ltd; Plast Logic Lt; Sigma Aldrich Co, 2008.
T.N. Ng, Juergen H. Daniel, S. Sambandan, A.C. Arias, M.L. Chabinyc, and R.A. Street. "Gate bias stress effects due to polymer gate dielectrics in organic thin-film transistors." JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 103 (2008): 044506.
T.N. Ng, W.S. Wong, M.L. Chabinyc, S. Sambandan, and R.A. Street. "Flexible image sensor array with bulk heterojunction organic photodiode." APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 92 (2008): 213303.
T.N. Ng, John A. Marohn, and M.L. Chabinyc. "Comparing the kinetics of bias stress in organic field-effect transistors with different dielectric interfaces." JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 100 (2006): 084505.
T.N. Ng, M.L. Chabinyc, R.A. Street, and A. Salleo. "Bias stress effects in organic thin film transistors." In 2007 IEEE INTERNATIONAL RELIABILITY PHYSICS SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS - 45TH ANNUAL, 243+. International Reliability Physics Symposium. 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA: IEEE, 2007.